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E-Force – The Entertainment Logistics & Distribution Company Berths



After much anticipated preparations and underground work, a team of dynamic and very creative Nigerian entertainment players have officially launched a mega distribution platform eForce Entertainment, the newest entertainment company in Nigeria, to the general public.
The new outfit headed by one of Nigerias very best creative entrepreneur and movie promoter, Sola Fajobi, is a hi tech entertainment brand offering music production, movie production and distribution, promotions, artiste management and war against the dreaded piracy.
eForce Entertainment according to Sola FAjobi was esterblished to help our artiset realize and promote their God given talents and also reap the fruits of their labour.

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According to Sola Fajobi, With a Population of 160million People, how can a good Nollywood Movie not sell  more than 50,000 Copies? Aside Piracy, the major challenge facing the Creative Works Industry in Nigeria is an effective Distribution Model that allows target to access the Original Works of their Favourite Artistes within Week One of Release. Our Goal therefore is to ensure that we create the best Distribution System that will fill this gap, deliver quality content to people at their touch-points at the best rate and thereby gradually reduce the motivation for Pirates.
Adding that, “eForce Entertainment Company is a New Mega Distribution Platform that provides Easy Access to Entertainment & Creative Works like Audio CD, DVD, Nollywood Movies in DVD, Decoders, Tickets to Events,  Books & Other Entertainment Products to Consumers across Nigeria.
eForce  officials expect this new development  to improve investor confidence and widen its customer base. In addition to this, eForce stores will now stock first grade and quality at its best of movies and music works like you have never experienced in the past”.

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Speaking further on this new development, Mr Biodun Awoyale, the Executive Director (Business Development), speaking at the Media Unveiling emphasize that the channel through which many promoters disburse products could be one of the major reasons for disturbing effectively.
“Here at eForce Entertainment, our distribution channels is like no other. • 20,000 E-Force Outlets: Our Retail Partners that sells & merchandise out stocks – We are launching with 5,000 Outlets
• 25,000 Mobile Sales Force Team: Young People who understand their local areas and the people take the stocks around to their Customers at Home or Work Place.
• 500 Activation Team Members & 20 Branded Buses: Several Activation and Sales Promoters takes new stock to High Human Traffic Points and Promotes it for People to be the first to buy and Experience the works
• The Hubs: E-Force Mega DVD Stores in each State Capital [Starting with 5 in Lagos and 5 on other Southwest States]. Imagine a whole building filled with DVD’s and selling wholesale and retail with Mini Hubs in every town serving its people with 20 Minivans and 40 Motorcycles”.
According to Fidelis Ducker, the executive director (Partnership) who also outlined the major challenges as they see it as;
“ Effective Distribution Framework that enables interested buyers get easy access to Latest & Original Nollywood Movies at the right price and at their convenience.
• Good Quality Content, Very Well Promoted to the target Audience using all Relevant Media Touchpoints”.
We love to go straight to the point. We are simply a BeSpoke Distribution & Logistics Company that Connects Entertainment, Literary & Creative Works to Nigerians Nationwide at their Touchpoints. In One Year, we aim to become the Biggest Entertainment Works Distribution Company in Nigeria with more than 20,000 Sales Outlets, in 20 States/Hubs selling DVD’s, Audio CD, Books, Decoders, Special Recharge Cards and all other Entertainment Related Merchandises to People that require them wherever they may be. He assures.

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The voting portal for the 2022 edition of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) opened on Sunday, September 25, at 21:00 (CAT), to the public, globally, to decide the winners of each of the 39 award categories. 

The International Committee of the All Africa Music Award (AFRIMA), in conjunction with the African Union Commission (AUC), made this announcement, encouraging African music lovers to vote intensively using the voting portal live at, before the portal closes on December 10, 2022, which is the eve of the awards.

More information on the voting process, which would also be audited by the International auditing firm, PriceWaterHouseCoopers (PWC), can also be found on the website, as well as AFRIMA’s social media (Instagram/TikTok – @Afrima.official; Facebook – Afrimawards; Twitter – @afrimaofficial).

Like it did at the AFRIMA 2021 edition, the PWC, which has audited other major global awards including the Oscars, will audit the voting portal, collate the votes and present them at the awards.

According to AFRIMA’s Executive Producer/President, Mike Dada, “AFRIMA’S core values of FACE IT – Fairness, Authenticity, Creativity, Excellence, Integrity and Transparency remain at the heart of our operations. With PWC, we are further reinforcing these value drivers, ensuring that we remain as inclusive, credible and authentic as always.”

The list of nominees were unveiled globally, penultimate Wednesday, revealing a total of 382 nominations across all 39 categories.

The nominations, which have been greeted with positive acclaim across the world, are the fruit of a rigorous 10-day adjudication held by AFRIMA’s 13-member jury, in July.

Also, only entries within the validity period of August 20, 2021 to August 5, 2022, were considered for nomination for this year’s awards.

According to Mike Dada, the awards body remains the ultimate recognition of African music globally, also serving as a muse to other award bodies across the continent.

“We are not oblivious to the fact that there are some other award bodies that copy our nominations every year. As the ultimate recognition of African music, globally, we are a source of inspiration to both music gatekeepers and music lovers across the entire industry. AFRIMA continues to blaze the trail in celebrating African talent and developing our creative ecosystem, and this year’s edition is a step further in that direction,” he said.

On her part, the African Union Commission’s Head of Culture, Mrs Angela Martins encouraged music lovers to vote decisively and objectively.

She said, “We have done our part. It is left to you the fans to now decide your winners. Remember that these categories are highly competitive and are based on merit. Let your votes help the best person(s) emerge as champion.”

The 2022 All Africa Music Awards will now be held from the 8th to 11th December, 2022.

A special announcement will be made on the host country and location for the awards, on 30th September, 2022.

The AFRIMA awards ceremony will feature a 4-day fiesta of music, glitz, and glamour aimed at celebrating Africa, recognising talents and expanding the economic frontiers of the culture and creative industry on the continent.

The event is scheduled to commence with the welcome soiree, followed by the AFRIMA Music Village, the host city tour, Africa Music Business Summit, and the exclusive nominees’ party and concluded with the live awards ceremony broadcast to over 84 countries around the world.

African music lovers can take part in the events on social media, live stream on the AFRIMA website at and visit the social media platforms (IG/TikTok – @afrima.official; Facebook – Afrimawards; Twitter – @afrimaofficial; LinkedIn – AFRIMA) ), and they can watch the event coverage by tuning in to their local and cable TV providers.

In partnership with the African Union Commission, AFRIMA is a youth-focused music platform that recognizes and rewards the work and talents of African artistes across generations.

AFRIMA primarily stimulates conversations among Africans, and also the rest of the world, especially on the potential of the creative arts for fostering real human enterprise, as well as contributing significantly to social cohesion, as well as sustainable development in Africa.

The Programme of events is in line with the AU Agenda 2063 which outlines Aspiration 05 as the development of the arts and culture sector including its cultural and creative industries, to boost the development of the African economy.

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Bad Boy Timz, SB Live, Others Set For Sinatra’s ‘A Night Under The Sky’



Bad Boy Timz, SB Live, Klever Jay, Ijoba Na Danku, Danny’s and five others are set for Sinatra’s Place’s second instalment of ‘A Night Under The Sky’, scheduled to hold on Sunday, October 2.
Following an explosive maiden edition with Ahmed Ololade, popularly known as Asake, Mr Money in July, the second edition with a lineup of 10 talents, including DJ C-Boi promises to be bigger and better.
‘A Night Under The Sky’ is a series created by Sinatra for fun lovers and party people who love to dance and vibe to good music away from the confines of enclosed walls.
Held in the open-air Sinatra garden, the event, which traditionally starts at 6 PM in the evening spills into the early hours of the following day.
With the skies getting clearer and the rainy season fading, the series is back with a 2.0 edition that is bigger and better.
Also, while the headline liquor brands for the 1.0 edition were Jägermeister and Glenfiddich, this edition promises to have even more especially with the lineup of artistes billed for the event.
In the past, Sinatra’s Place, located in the heart of Adeniyi Jones on Ladipo Oluwole has been a hub for lovers of good music, quality entertainment and relaxing ambience. Stars like K1, Pasuma, Peruzzi, Bella Shmurda and many others have graced Sinatra’s stage and its adjoining club, Carica.

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King Sunny Ade Finally Agrees To Meet 52-year-old Woman Claiming To Be His Daughter



His lawyer, Donald Ajibola, told an online newspaper on Monday that a meeting would be set up with Ayeni and the musician said he would meet her when he had some free time.

Veteran “juju” musician, Sunday Adegeye, more commonly called King Sunny Ade (KSA), has agreed to see Elizabeth Ayeni, 52-year-old woman, who claims to be his daughter.
His lawyer, Donald Ajibola, told an online newspaper on Monday that a meeting would be set up with Ayeni and the musician said he would meet her when he had some free time.
Ajibola said, “I contacted Ayeni some days back and told her that I had spoken with Sunny Ade. What I told her was that I spoke with him and he agreed to meet her.
“The only thing is that he is too busy and cannot meet her now. It was even difficult for me to meet him. When he has time, he will meet with her.”
The woman also confirmed that Ajibola had reached out to her and spoken of a meeting, but did not give a specific time.
Now 52, Ayeni said she intended to conduct a DNA test to confirm her paternity and get a sense of identity.
In June, SaharaReporters reported that Elizabeth Temitope, her mother, told her the man she had always known as her father was not her biological father but King Sunny Ade was.
However, several efforts to get in contact with King Sunny Ade had proved abortive, she said.
The woman said she approached the Human Rights Commission and wrote Sunny Ade twice but there had been no response from the musician.
She noted that she was not making efforts to contact Sunny Ade for his fame or riches but she wanted to confirm if she was his father or not.
The juju king, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist has been hailed as one of the most influential musicians of all time and is regarded as one of the first African pop musicians to achieve international recognition.
Sunny Adé formed his own backing band in 1967, eventually known as his African Beats.
After achieving national success in Nigeria during the 1970s and founding his own independent label, Sunny Adé signed to Island Records in 1982 and achieved international success with the albums Juju Music (1982) and Synchro System (1983); the latter garnered him a Grammy nomination, a first for a Nigerian artist. His 1998 album Odu also garnered a Grammy nomination.


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